Intelligent Music Project

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Intelligent Music Project
OriginBulgaria
GenresProgressive rock
Years active2012-present
LabelsIntelligent Music
Websiteintelligent-music.com
Members
Past members

Intelligent Music Project is a Bulgarian supergroup founded in 2012 by Bulgarian businessman Milen Vrabevski.

They represented Bulgaria at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 with their song "Intention", but failed to qualify from the semi-final on 10 May.

History

The supergroup was founded by businessman Milen Vrabevski and has featured musicians like, Simon Phillips, John Payne, Carl Sentance, Bobby Rondinelli and Todd Sucherman. They released their debut album in 2012, and have since then being releasing music and touring. Their current lead singer is Chilean rock vocalist Ronnie Romero.[1]

In November 2021, it was revealed by BNT that they were selected to represent the nation in Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin. Their entry, "Intention", was released on December 5, being the first of the season to be published.[2] The group consists of vocalist Ronnie Romero, Bisser Ivanov, Slavin Slavcev, Ivo Stefanov, Dimitar Sirakov and Stoyan Yankulov. Yankulov has already represented Bulgaria in 2007 and 2013.[3]

Band members

Current members[3][4]

  • Ronnie Romero – vocals
  • Borislav Mudolov-Kosatkata – vocals
  • Slavin Slavchev – backing vocals
  • Lina Slavchev – backing vocals
  • Stoyan Yankulov-Stundzhi – drums
  • Biser Ivanov – guitar
  • Dimitar Sirakov – bass
  • Ivo Stefanov – keyboard
  • Samuel Eftimov – keyboard

Former members[4]

Discography

Studio Albums

  • 2012 – The Power of Mind
  • 2014 – My Kind o' Lovin'
  • 2015 – Touching the Divine
  • 2018 – Sorcery Inside
  • 2020 – Life Motion
  • 2021 – The Creation

Singles

  • 2020 – "Every Time"
  • 2020 – "I Know"
  • 2021 – "Listen"
  • 2021 – "Sometimes & Yesterdays That Mattered"
  • 2021 – "Intention"

References

  1. ^ "Bulgaria: Intelligent Music Project featuring Ronnie Romero will sing "Intention" at Eurovision 2022". wiwibloggs. 2021-11-25. Retrieved 2021-12-07.
  2. ^ Waarden, Franciska van (2021-12-05). "🇧🇬 Bulgaria: Eurovision 2022 Entry "Intention" Released". Eurovoix. Retrieved 2021-12-07.
  3. ^ a b "First 2022 entry: Intelligent Music Project - Intention 🇧🇬". Eurovision.tv. 2021-12-05. Retrieved 2021-12-07.
  4. ^ a b "About Intelligent Music Project". Archived from the original on 2022-03-04. Retrieved 2022-02-27.
Awards and achievements
Preceded by Bulgaria in the Eurovision Song Contest
2022
Succeeded by
TBA